What's new in Linux Mint 7 Gloria?
May 28, 2009, 19:03 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Highlights: New "Suggestions" feature, keyboard shortcut, trash
"mintMenu lets you filter the list of applications to quickly
access what you're looking for. A new feature called "Suggestions"
was introduced in Linux Mint 7: When filtering gives no results the
menu now shows a set of suggestions related to what is being
"This makes it easier to install new applications or packages on
the fly or to search the portal or the repositories, directly from
the menu itself.
"The menu can now be opened from the keyboard by pressing the
left Control key and the left Super key (Windows key)
simultaneously. This is configurable of course so you can assign it
any key you want (note that you'll need to restart the menu for
this take effect). The menu also closes itself when either the
Super key or the escape key are pressed."